There’s a custom garage in Japan that specialises in some very special products and their latest offering is converting a Kawasaki Z125 Pro into a ‘baby’ Kawasaki Ninja H2! The mastermind behind this custom work is Project MC, a custom shop based in Nisshin, Aichi Prefecture and their latest handy work is too cool to miss.
Every aspect of the Kawasaki Ninja H2’s design essence has been scaled down to fit with the Z125 Pro. Customers now can order these parts from them which consists of over 40 custom-made FRP (fibre-reinforced plastic) components to convert the Z125 Pro into a mini H2. Every single detail was made to match with the H2’s exterior, minus all the performance, of course.
If you’re interested, Project MC is open to order where you can get your very own mini Kawasaki H2 at 1,250,000 yen (around RM51,000 after direct conversion). This includes a brand-new Kawasaki Z125 Pro as the base. They’ll only sell the bike as a whole, so you can’t really get just the conversion kit.
They do however provide colour customisation according to your taste, but that’ll set you back a bit more than the base price. Just add another 200,000 yen (around RM8,100) and you can get the bike in any colour you want. Each bike will take around two months to deliver and prepped for shipping.